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Callaloo 25.4 (2002)

Special Section

Langston Hughes 1902-1967:
A Centennial Celebration

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Poems Written in Soviet Uzbekistan, 1932-33:
From the 1934 Uzbek Translation of Sanjar Siddiq: Prepared in English by Kevin Young, from the notes of Muhabbat Bakaeva
Colored Dispatches from the Uzbek Border:
Langston Hughes' Relevance, 1933-2002
Langston Hughes
Cante Jondo
Langston Hughes + Poetry = The Blues
Listening to What the Ear Demands:
Langston Hughes and His Critics
Natural and Unnatural Circumstances In Langston Hughes' Not Without Laughter
Modernism in the Black Diaspora:
Langston Hughes and "The Broken Cubes of Picasso"
Fragmentation and Diaspora in the Work of Langston Hughes
"Don't Say Goodbye to the Porkpie Hat":
Langston Hughes, the Left, and the Black Arts Movement



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